The answer is a resounding "no." The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement will not stop Japan's currency manipulation or that of any other partner country because TPP has no provisions regarding currency manipulation misalignment in its text.
Though the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement is looming, few Vietnamese businesses have plans to switch from subcontracting to direct exports or reduce their heavy reliance on feedstock imports or increase exports of processed goods to improve value addition.
A representative from the Ministry of Justice made the announcement yesterday at the Government’s regular meeting when the Cabinet discussed on legal laws and impacts of the TPP on Viet Nam with both opportunities and challenges.
Vietnam’s membership in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) will yield economic benefits, especially to the country’s manufacturing sector.
Asian garment manufacturers are signaling concern about disproportionate benefits for Vietnam over regional rivals in the textile sector as a result of major trade deals including the new, U.S.-led Trans-Pacific Partnership and a free trade agreement with the European Union.
The question is not whether Vietnam will benefit from the TPP - encompassing 40% of the global economy - but how to maximise its benefits.
HA NOI (VNS)— Active integration will boost corporate competitiveness, said Nguyen Quynh Nga, a member of Viet Nam's delegation negotiating the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) deal, during a seminar concerning corporate knowledge about the pact, which was held in Ha Noi yesterday.
by Dean Baker, economist and co-director of the Center for Economic and Policy Research.
WASHINGTON — A far-reaching trade pact binding a dozen Pacific Rim nations would increase incomes, exports and growth in the United States but is unlikely to add to overall employment, according to an independent analysis released Monday.
Dec 29 Vietnam's fast-growing dairy companies are investing big in new markets as they brace for stepped-up competition at home from global giants on the prowl to take advantage of a Pacific trade pact.